Statutes of Limitations

What is the statute of limitations on a parking ticket in Texas?

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2011-01-23 19:40:12
2011-01-23 19:40:12

Texas tickets do not expire. The purpose of a statute of limitations does not apply to traffic violations. Some jurisdictions may provide an amnesty for payment, but those are rare in these hard times.

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